Beginning from 2010, Tobosi aimed at elevating the quality of specialty coffee and becoming the leading supplier of specialty coffee. By establishing a transparent system and complete tracking record for its products, customers can be guaranteed to enjoy the best products. All quality services and processing arts are compliant with environmental protection measures.
In order to realize this goal, Tobosi has planned two plots of land, Tobosi and Copey. Tobosi was originally planned for planting ornamental plants while Copey had plans to be developed as secondary forest. However, due to altitude differences and soil quality analysis, Tobosi chose the plot best suited for developing the characteristics of coffee for cultivation. The plantation was placed under management based on environmental protection and cultural customs and environment and soil analysis tests were conducted on each plot of land to ensure the coffee beans are developing ideally and have sufficient nutrients.
The manual harvesting allows us to better understand the ripeness and tracking management of the coffee cherries. After harvesting the fresh coffee cherries and removing the unripe ones, the coffee beans may be sun dried.
The key to the coffee flavour lies in the ripeness of the fruit, and the processing will normally take 22-30 days to complete. This process will bring us rich and complex flavours that are thick and smooth, such as raisins, honey, caramel and nuts. Mathias and his dad Joel are COE 2017 winners and have been doing a great work especially with the Geisha variety.
This natural processed coffee is a fruit bomb! With bursting fruitiness of apple, peach, apricot, strawberry and white grape. Explosive fruity aromatics that will stun your taste buds.
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